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Oscar nominated actress Jessie Buckley joins Supermassive’s The Satan in Me

Oscar nominated actress Jessie Buckley joins Supermassive’s The Satan in Me

“Prepare for an unforgettable keep…”

Scorching off the heels of her Oscar nomination, Supermassive Video games has welcomed Jessie Buckley to its newest recreation within the Darkish Photos Anthology.

Buckley, who was nominated for Finest Supporting Actress for her position in The Misplaced Daughter on the Acadamy Awards on Sunday, will star as Kate Wilder in The Satan in Me.

Together with this announcement, Supermassive ominously states Buckley and gamers ought to “prepare for an unforgettable keep…” (I am not scared, you might be).

This newest announcement from Supermassive follows a development from the developer, who’s all the time eager to safe huge names for it video games. Earlier actors to star in Supermassive’s titles embrace Oscar winner Rami Malek and Ashley Tisdale of Excessive College Musical fame.

From what we now have seen thus far, The Satan in Me seems to be taking up much less of a supernatural bent than earlier video games within the Darkish Photos collection, however that’s not to say it appears like it is going to be a stroll within the park.

Fairly, gamers might be subjected to a Noticed-like blood fest as they observe a gaggle of filmmakers invited to a duplicate of the ‘Homicide Home’ of H.H. Holmes, America’s first serial killer.

The fourth within the horror collection from Supermassive Video games, The Satan In Me is the finale of the anthology’s first season, persevering with its legacy of cinematic motion and choice-based gameplay.

Extra video games are nearly definitely coming sooner or later, nonetheless. In January, Supermassive trademarked logos for 5 extra titles on this collection.

Earlier than all this although, horror followers will be capable to take a spin at The Quarry.

Releasing this June, The Quarry is a standalone recreation from Supermassive that follows the escapades of 9 camp counsellors as they attempt to survive the evening after the final day of summer time camp. Sounds straightforward sufficient till you throw in some blood-drenched locals and the specter of one thing much more sinister lurking within the shadows.

Who needs a straightforward life, eh?

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